The two bands will be splitting headlining duty on a string of dates that span across North America.
“Promoters always want to lump together bands who made records in the late ’70s and early ’80s, but until now we’ve avoided touring with the obvious people,” Toto guitarist SteveLukather toldBillboard. “But Yes are childhood heroes of ours, so this pairing is a dream come true. Plus, maybe we’ll win over some new fans, because we’ve always had a prog-y edge to us.”
The tour will mark Toto’stour behind their first studio album in almost a decade,Toto XIV,charted at 98 upon its release last month. For Yes, they’ll be promoting their upcoming 14-disc live box setProgeny:…
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